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Gallery owner Rosemary Woods believes in the true power of art [Video]

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MassLive recently asked readers to identify people they consider Black leaders in Massachusetts, working to make a difference in politics, education, business, the arts or another area of interest.

Profiles of these leaders will be published leading up to the Juneteenth holiday on June 19. These are people our readers have identified as inspirational, who may be doing good acts for their communities. They are being recognized for their accomplishments, leadership and commitment to inspire change.

Rosemary Woods. Henna by Rose Pantoja of Lunatix Studio InkSebastian Restrepo

Rosemary Woods

Age: 81

Community: Springfield

Her story: As the owner and operator of Art for the Soul Gallery in Springfield, Rosemary Woods has brought several powerful exhibits to the community that advocate for artists of color and artists with disabilities.

These exhibits have included “TANGO- Contemporary Art of Argentina,” “Radiant: Women of Color,” and “Ten Little N***** Girls: A Works-in-Progress, Open Studio Exhibition and the ensuing community conversations about …

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